It is worth remembering that in addition to the ban on food from dawn to dusk, restrictions also apply to drinking any liquids, smoking and sexual activity. Moreover, even such actions as taking medicine or chewing gum are prohibited.
In order to tolerate abstinence from food in the best possible way, the best advice would be to drink plenty of water when allowed, in the time between Iftar and Suhoor. Since the weather is hot during Ramadan, it is very important that the body is not dehydrated. It is best to drink just plain water, and not tea, coffee or sweet drinks.
At a time when it is allowed to eat, it should be a nutritious meal, balanced with proteins, fats, and carbohydrates. Eating fast food can lead to indigestion, heaviness, and fatigue during the day. It is better to try to avoid too salty food, as it can cause thirst during the day.
And of course, only healthy adults take part in a fast. Children, pregnant women, people with health problems, the elderly and some other categories are exempted from fasting, as this may damage their health.
O Allah, on this day, purify me from uncleanliness and dirt, make me patient over events that are decreed, grant me the ability to be pious, and keep company with the good, by Your help, O the beloved of the destitute.